April 24, 2013
Singer and human rights campaigner Sir Bob Geldof will be in the UAE next month to discuss links between creativity and humanity.
April 23, 2013
What better way to wish a happy St. George’s Day to all our English friends than to commemorate their most recent and most outrageous regional antics.
The majority of Dubai residents are concerned about increasing living costs, a survey has found, at a time of rising inflation and spiraling property rents.
The religiously and culturally diverse exhibit is now open to the public until July 20 at Saadiyat Island’s Cultural District.
April 21, 2013
Air Arabia's passenger numbers hit new highs in the first quarter of this year.
The UAE is in search for its next top model to participate in the global Elite Model Look Competition, with more than 270 young hopefuls dreaming to win the title, Gulf News reported on Saturday.
Justin Bieber could be set to slide into Dubai by hiring one of the emirate’s water parks all to himself.
April 18, 2013
Dubai-based airline Emirates has signed a five-year deal to be the official partner of the French Open tennis tournament at Roland Garros, which takes place this year between May 26 and June 9.
Seven-strong group arrested for financing, recruiting and providing logistical support for al-Qaeda's regional activity
Empty Yard Experiment (EYE) shares how they were picked to open for legendary Metallica this weekend in Abu Dhabi.
A million-dirham fund has been set up to help young Emirati directors.
April 17, 2013
Dubai-based producer Tim Smythe who lured Hollywood films such as ‘Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol’, ‘Syriana’ and ‘The Kingdom’ into the UAE, died on Monday evening of an unspecified illness.
He’s already booked in for a two-gig slot at Dubai’s The Sevens stadium - but Justin Bieber could about to splash out on a plush pad in the emirate.
April 16, 2013
Lebanese singer Najwa Sultan is ready to rock the region this summer with several performances. She's making sure we all know she's coming by appearing on shows from Beirut to Dubai.
April 15, 2013
The proportion of Arab satellite channels which are privately owned has reached 73.3%, with 25.8% being government-owned, according to a report released by media research company Discover Digital Arabia.